Cambium Networks Wi-Fi
We are excited to announce our new enterprise wireless partner — Cambium Networks!
Cambium Networks empowers millions of people with wireless connectivity worldwide. Its wireless portfolio is used by commercial and government network operators as well as broadband service providers to connect people, places, and things. With a single network architecture spanning fixed wireless and Wi-Fi, Cambium Networks enables operators to achieve maximum performance with minimal spectrum. End-to-end cloud management transforms networks into dynamic environments that evolve to meet changing needs with minimal physical human intervention. Cambium Networks empowers a growing ecosystem of partners who design and deliver gigabit wireless solutions that just work.
With the proliferation of phones, tablets and other mobile devices in the modern workplace, a reliable, secure wireless infrastructure is essential. Using the lastest Cambium Networks technology we can help you create a transparent working environment across wired and wireless networks with the performance, security and reliability required for multimedia and business-critical applications.
Using the latest WiFi6 Access Points and cloud-based controllers we can create secure wireless networks indoors or outdoors, and in a range of environments, such as offices, hotels, warehouses, factory floors, hospitals, and schools.
We have particular experience in the Logistics sector, where we have worked with some of the UK’s leading fulfilment companies. And in the Manufacturing sector, where wireless is a key enabling technology for Internet of Things applications.
In the Retail and Hospitality sectors, when customers are on your premises you have an important opportunity to engage their attention and give them better service. Using the intelligence in your wireless network you can view location information, dwell times, and analytics to learn how visitors behave on site.
We offer a full wireless survey and design service for new solutions, and we can also survey existing wireless implementations to identify problems.